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Psycho Gets Her Man by Camille Picott

The second outing for stoner chums, Santa Claus and Rudolph, sees them journey to Ancient Greece. After unleashing the zombie apocalypse, Nick and Rudy seek to escape being eaten by using a time machine to travel back to before the zombies arrived. Nick takes a fancy to the first young woman they meet, but it… Continue reading Psycho Gets Her Man by Camille Picott

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The Malan Witch by Catherine Cavendish

Nothing to do with Ireland’s northernmost point, Malin Head, the horror in this novel takes place on Cornwall’s picturesque Atlantic coast. After the death of her husband, Robyn Crowe decides to spend the summer in her sister’s idyllic holiday home in Cornwall. Unfortunately, the spirits of sister witches that once lived in the cottage seek… Continue reading The Malan Witch by Catherine Cavendish

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The Sleepless by Nuzo Onoh

This book starts off as a horror novel but, much like its protagonist, morphs into something else entirely by the end, in a twist that would make M Night Shyamalan blush. The Sleepless is the story of Obelé - the smallest one - the unwanted fourth daughter of an Igbo couple living in Nigeria in… Continue reading The Sleepless by Nuzo Onoh

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Benny Rose The Cannibal King by Hailey Piper

An unputdownable horror novel that satisfies on every level. The tiny town of Blackwood has only one boogie man. Benny Rose, the cannibal king, who perished in a fire and returns every Halloween to eat unwary children alive. When good friends Desiree, Jesse and Sierra plan a Halloween prank on new girl, Gabrielle, little to… Continue reading Benny Rose The Cannibal King by Hailey Piper

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Remote Control by Nnedi Okorafor

A symbolism heavy fairytale about a dangerous young girl. Fatima’s happy childhood is changed when the green light from the sky enters her. Now she’s known as Sankofa, hailed as the adopted daughter of Death, and forced to wander the roads in search of acceptance. I bought this book after receiving an email from Tor… Continue reading Remote Control by Nnedi Okorafor